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Ethiopia : A Country Status Report on Health and Poverty, Volume 1, Executive Summary

ACCESS TO SERVICES ACUTE RESPIRATORY INFECTION ANTENATAL CARE ARI AVERAGE AGE BASIC SOCIAL SERVICES BIRTH INTERVALS BIRTH WEIGHT BIRTH-WEIGHT BREASTFEEDING CARE SEEKING CARE SERVICES CHILD HEALTH CHILD HEALTH OUTCOMES CHILD HEALTH SERVICES CHILD MALNUTRITION CHILD MORTALITY CHILD NUTRITION CHILD SURVIVAL CIRCUMCISION CLINICAL SERVICES CLINICS CONTRACEPTIVE METHOD CONTRACEPTIVE PREVALENCE DEATHS DECISION MAKING DELIVERY CARE DIARRHEA DIETS DISEASES DISTRICTS DOCTORS DRUG VENDORS EARLY MARRIAGE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH FAMILIES FAMILY PLANNING FEMALES GENDER GIRLS GOVERNMENT HOSPITALS HEALTH CARE HEALTH CENTERS HEALTH DELIVERY HEALTH EXTENSION HEALTH FACILITIES HEALTH FACILITY HEALTH OUTCOMES HEALTH POLICIES HEALTH POSTS HEALTH PROFESSIONALS HEALTH PROGRAMS HEALTH PROMOTION HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH STATUS HEALTH SYSTEM HEALTH WORKERS HIGH FERTILITY HOSPITALS HOUSEHOLDS ILLITERACY IMMUNIZATION INFANT FEEDING INFANT MORTALITY INFANT MORTALITY RATE INFANT MORTALITY RATES INFANTS INFECTION INFECTIONS INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INTERVENTION INTRAUTERINE DEVICE LIVE BIRTHS LIVING CONDITIONS MALARIA MALNUTRITION MALNUTRITION RATES MASS MEDIA MATERNAL MORTALITY MEASLES MEDIA MIDWIFERY MIGRATION MODERN CONTRACEPTION MORBIDITY MORTALITY MORTALITY RATES MOTHERS NURSES NURSING NUTRITION NUTRITIONAL STATUS OLD CHILDREN OLDER WOMEN ORAL REHYDRATION THERAPY ORT PARENTAL EDUCATION PHARMACIES PHARMACY PHYSICIANS POLIO POLIO ERADICATION POOR CHILDREN POPULATION GROWTH PREGNANCIES PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIVATE CLINICS PRIVATE PROVIDERS PRIVATE SECTOR PRODUCTIVITY PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC HOSPITALS QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS RAPE RELIGIOUS GROUPS REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES RURAL AREAS RURAL WOMEN SANITATION SCHOOLS SOCIAL SERVICES STUNTING SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA TETANUS UNMARRIED WOMEN URBAN AREAS URBAN POPULATION VACCINATION VACCINES VIOLENCE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN VITAMIN A VITAMIN A SUPPLEMENTATION WASTING WORKERS YOUNG WOMEN YOUNGER WOMEN
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Washington, DC
Africa | East Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa | Ethiopia
2012-06-21T18:33:19Z | 2012-06-21T18:33:19Z | 2005-07

The Government of Ethiopia has recently confirmed its commitment to accelerate progress on maternal and child health outcomes. A reduction in child and maternal mortality rates is among the key objectives of the Ethiopia Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRSP) published in 2002. This strategy outlines the Government's key policy objectives and strategic options for the next five years. One key PRSP strategic option for reducing maternal and child mortality is to expand the provision of essential health and nutrition services to the country's rural poor. Health outcomes are slowly improving but remain low, particularly among rural dwellers and the very poor.

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